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Thurlow Nunn weekend round up

Ipswich Wanderers moved up to second place in the race for promotion to Step Four after a 2-0 win over Fakenham at Clipbush Park. Joel Glover and Nathan Read were the Wanderers' scorers.

Thetford are now 13 points clear at the top as visitors Mulbarton came away with a point after a 2-2 draw. The Premier Division's leading scorer Dan Gilchrist netted again for Matt Morton's side with Jake Mann notching their other goal.

Hadleigh remain in fourth as they returned from Mildenhall with a point in a 1-1 draw. Jake Eady gave Hadleigh the lead on 10 minutes only for 'Hall to square the game shortly afterwards.

Draws were the order of the day in the top Division. A goal from Jordan Foster gave Newmarket an excellent point at third-placed Harleston with the game ending 1-1.

It was the same scoreline at the New Croft as a late injury-time goal from Nathan Scarborough ended a run of nine successive defeats for Haverhill Rovers. Visitors Long Melford had taken the lead through Josh Collins.

Ryan Twinn and Kyran Cooper were on target for Walsham against Ely who salvaged a point late on in a 2-2 draw at Summer Road.

Brantham played out a goalless draw at home to Kirkley and Pakefield as the Imps are now without a win in their last 15 games. However, on a positive note Pip Boyland's side have kept a clean sheet in their last two fixtures.

Woodbridge had a 6-2 win at struggling Whitton. Armani Schaar hit a hat-trick for the Peckers and there was also a brace from Mark Ray.

Lakenheath went down 4-3 at Norwich United. Former Stanton striker Michael Campbell scored twice for the home side who went 3-0 up. 'Heath brought it back to 3-3 before Tom Huckerby struck a late winner for the Planters.

The other Premier Division game saw Sheringham beat Soham Town Rangers 3-1.

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